The upcoming Vivo X30 series of smartphones is confirmed to run on the latest Samsung Exynos 980 chipset. It is already known that the processor will have support for 5G. Recently, both the Exynos 980 chipset and the MediaTek MT6885 chipset (which also supports 5G, by the way) have appeared on the AnTuTu benchmarking website and the MT6885 chipset has hands down beaten its Samsung counterpart. Let’s have a look at how both the chipsets have performed in their respective AnTuTu tests.
Exynos 980 vs MT6885: MediaTek takes the lead on AnTuTu
As seen in the images, the Exynos 980 chipset has scored 32,6029 in the AnTuTu test whereas the MT6889 chipset has achieved a score of 37,9839. The CPU score of both the chipsets says the same story. The Exynos 980 chipset has managed to score 11,6836 while the MT689 has scored 14,3075 in the CPU test. In the GPU test, the Exynos 980 has scored 88,459, while the MT6889 has scored 10,7282. The memory test is no different as the Exynos 980 has scored 57,598 in the memory test while the MT6889 has, once again, taken the lead at 75,354 points. The UX test, however, is where the Exynos 980 wins as it has scored 63,136 versus the 54,128 achieved by the MT6889 processor.
Speaking of the Vivo X30 series, Vivo will launch the devices on December 16. The Vivo X30 will have support for dual-mode 5G (SA (standalone) and NSA (non-standalone) networks) and, as told, will run on the Samsung Exynos 980 SoC. There will at least be one 8GB RAM variant of the device. The battery of the Vivo X30 is tipped to be rated at 4,500mAh which will have support for either 22.5W or 30W fast charging. One of the prime highlights of the Vivo X30 will be its 60X hybrid zoom capability.
To know more about the Vivo X30, you can head to our existing coverage of the same.
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